Thomas W. Johnson • May 2013
These firms have the most Institutional Investor-ranked analysts so far this year.
For a third year running, money managers say the researchers at BofA Merrill provide the insights they find most constructive.
"Very good stock calls" is one reason why a Hong Kong–based client insists that one BofA Merrill salesperson is tops in this year's All-Asia Sales Team.
Participants in the All-Asia Research Team survey tell us which sell-side firms provide the best access to chief executives at the companies they cover.
UBS "has the most experienced sales traders, and their technology is second to none," according to one voter in this year's All-Asia Trading Team.
Deutsche Bank's overall lead narrows considerably but the firm still far outpaces the competition when it comes to the best analysts.
Throughout a difficult time for the country's stocks, these analysts are consistently among the best in Japan.
For a fourth year running, Nomura Securities Co. tops our exclusive annual ranking of the country’s best sell-side analysts.
The European Central Bank's recent moves have helped lighten the mood for investors in the euro zone.
Deutsche Bank takes an early lead in this year's 2013 Top Global Research Firms: Year-to-Date roster — well ahead of second-place J.P. Morgan.
New analysts who are already gaining notice in our Rising Stars of Wall Street Research.
America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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